Has anyone heard of the 12v Connector on the motherboard to go bad?? Because I think mine did. I booted up with my 550w Rosewill after switching out motherboards. I, then, got no response from video. I thought it could be my video card. I tried the on-board card and it worked(had to wait like 5 mins till any video showed up) I looked under my voltage settings and the 12v read 4-6v's. I was like O___O! I thought my Rosewill had one bad rail on it. ( had the thing for 3-4 years i think) So I went to BB and bought a BFG 550. Came home installed it and used the onboard card. Well took another 5mins..... and wouldn't you know, it showed 4-6v's on the 12v reading.... So i'm guessing either the voltage reader ( i think that's what you would call it
!!) or the mobo it self is bad. I already sent a RMA request and it was approved but before I send it back I want your guys opinions.
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